The Best Secret London Latte Spot

I don’t know how to work a coffee machine and can’t mix a drink to save my life, but I when it comes to finding a good London latte spot, I can say that I do know what I’m talking about;) My favourite coffee is the quirky coconut latte; I’m obsessed with it because of how fragrant and naturally sweet it is, but there aren’t many a pretty London latte spot which will make you a coffee that’s as delicious as…

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Peggy Porschen’s winter makeover

Us London locals normally avoid tourist hotspots like the plague, and yet here I am still regularly visiting Peggy Porschen, easily one of the most iconic and popular cafes in London (what?!). Truth be told, while Peggy Porschen’s cakes- probably the main item people go for when visiting- are a little too sweet for me, my secret favourite is their coconut milk lattes, which are easily one of the best in London! I’d been looking for another reason to visit Peggy…

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La Petite Maison Belated Bday Lunch

I have some major news to spill to you guys: I have become a La Petite Maison convert. I know- what a revelation. I’ve chosen another truffle-serving restaurant as my new favourite- wow. But no really! I’d never expected to change my mind. I’m normally a Chiltern fanatic, and I tend to be very loyal to a selected few restaurants. Granted- I do venture out to new restaurants, but always return home to my old favourites. Not this time! I…

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The Beginning of Autumn in Notting Hill

I find that the easiest way to restore normality after a flight is to go out. So having just landed from Geneva to London, I whipped out my phone and made plans with my brother Andrew to visit leafy Notting Hill for a walk through the familiar pastel streets (and of course food;). Andrew is a great companion because he shares my love for exploring and also because he has exceptional carrying tolerance so I can buy all the food…

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Truffle Fondue in Lausanne Switzerland

After almost two months of hardly eating any cheese in Prague, Germany and Santorini during my European travels, I arrived in Switzerland with a mission (and an appetite): to find and eat as much truffle fondue as possible. Unfortunately, I’d chosen what is likely the worst time to hunt for truffle fondue: the end of July. Summer hadn’t even finished yet (let alone Autumn), and yet, typical of me, I was already excitedly searching for the most wintery of winter…

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